Projects

RESTAT, project on tourism that guarantees accessible infrastructures for people with disabilities

The FUE-UJI is a member of RESTAT (REcognition of Skills to Transform Accessible Tourism), a project within the Erasmus + programme in the action of ‘Strategic Partnerships in the field of education and training’.  It will last two and a half years and will seek to meet the needs surrounding the accessibility of tourism in Europe through training and the incorporation of more accessible infrastructures. The consortium is formed by seven entities from the following countries: Italy, Spain, Greece, Czech Republic, Romania and Bulgaria.

E-STEAM, the European project that intends to increase the presence of women in Science Degrees

The FUE-UJI, as a partner, is part of the E-STEAM project (Equality in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics), an Erasmus + in the action of ‘Strategic Partnerships in the field of education and training ‘ For two years, E-STEAM will work to increase and balance the presence of women in fields of education such as Mathematics, Technology, Engineering and Science, since their presence so far has been very scarce.

Electro-mobility in Tourism-ElectroTour

This project led by the Energy Technology Institute (ITE) and within the Climate-KIC programme aims to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases in the tourism sector through the increased use of electric vehicles. The project addresses to study the market feasibility of different business cases to introduce electric vehicles in touristic areas of Spain and Italy in order to reduce GHG emissions impact.

Sustainable Enterprises with Qualified Entrepreneurs-SEQUEL

 

Within the Erasmus+ program, the goal of SEQUEL was to create and expand upon the Manual of Good Practices for Entrepreneurs by examining different business practices that have both succeeded and failed.

Life Ecocitric (Citric Waste Integrated Management Ecocitric) – LIFE13 ENV/ES

 

Within the Life program in 2015, this project was aimed towards demonstrating the feasibility of the integral management of waste from citrus fruit pruning.

The project proves that the leaves and branches of the citrus fruit plantations can be transformed into animal food, essential oils, cattle bedding and biofuel.

The ultimate goal is to introduce these new products created from the waste to the market rather than disposing of it.